WTH?… Motive of Vegas Shooter May Take a Year to Release, Says FBI

An FBI official is now saying it may take until next October for law enforcement to tell us why Stephen Paddock gunned down hundreds of people from a Mandalay Bay hotel window leaving 58 dead.


Las Vegas Review-Journal reported:

The chief of the FBI’s Las Vegas office said he expects the agency to release a report on the Oct. 1 massacre before the tragedy’s first anniversary.

“Now that’s a long time for some people, but speaking for the FBI, that’s light speed, all right?” Special Agent in Charge Aaron Rouse said.

Rouse spoke with the Las Vegas Review-Journal during an extensive interview Wednesday at the FBI’s Las Vegas office.

He said reports from other agencies that responded to the mass shooting are being released at different times.

The FBI official also says “we may never know” the motive of the Las Vegas shooter. Unbelievable.

“I believe that there is one person and one person alone to blame for what happened on One October, and that is Stephen Paddock,” Rouse said.

During the course of the investigation, Rouse said, the FBI brought in about 400 different specialists to help catalog evidence.

This was the largest mass shooting in modern US history and law enforcement can’t figure out his motive?

The Islamic State tripled down on their claim Paddock converted to Islam several months before he gunned down hundreds of people, however; law enforcement quickly debunked this claim before they examined all of the evidence.

FBI official, Rouse denied Paddock was radicalized by ISIS or had any affiliation with extremist groups or co-conspirators.

Vegas Sheriff Lombardo speculated Paddock’s gambling problem may have factored into his motive for carrying out a mass shooting.

This case has everyone raising eyebrows as timelines have shifted many times. Mystery has also surrounded the security guard who was shot in the hallway at the Mandalay Bay.

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